Hublot Limited Edition F1 King Power Austin watch for 2012 U.S. Grand Prix on a brand new circuit

Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso are fighting it hard to claim the 2012 Formula-1 Championship title and with four more races to go it is going to be a photo finish with just 48 points separating the top three. One out of these four races is going to be held on the brand new ‘Circuit of the Americas’ world-class performance circuit in Austin, Texas from 16th to 18th November. To celebrate the return of Formula-1 to U.S. Hublot, the official Watchmaker of Formula-1 has introduced a Limited Edition F1 King Power Austin in just 250 numbered pieces.

Having a satin-finished titanium case with black composite resin bezel lug and brake disc designed titanium & carbon fiber with 6 H-shaped titanium screws embedded in the bezel makes this watch a true marvel of watch-making league. F1 King Power Austin has HUB4100 self-winding chronograph movement that winds the watch by arm movement naturally which makes it even more irresistible to F1 lovers.

The watch also has crystal sapphire with anti-reflective treatment and the multilayered red & black dial in satin finished nickel plated appliques well complimented by black luminescent satin-finished black plated hands in black luminescent material. Strap of this watch is also state-of-the-art made from Hornback crocodile leather with outer black rubber border and red stitching.

Also there is F1 logo on back side of strap with Deployant Buckle Clasp Titanium and black PVD titanium. Watertightness of the casejust like in the diving watches provides guaranteed water resistant

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